Brexit – flexcit – action plan

Step 1

EU Referendum – now done.

Step 2

Stymie Theresa May and any other corrupt PTBer from Tory leadership.Should it go to GE, all this type to be exposed and shut out.

Step 3

Get Nigel and whoever is the Tory leader to at least read and internalize this:

We need to forget “we would repatriate the entire body of EU law, including that pertaining to agriculture and fisheries” – that’s the last thing we’d do – and adapt our new needs to the changed reality of having been given the legitimacy to leave by the people.

We need consider EU regulations and directives no longer but out of a desire to make Brexit more seamless, we’d cooperate with the EU until they showed signs of the old behaviour – stalling, tying us up etc. We let them know they only get agreements honoured if they meet us halfway. Otherwise, they can get knotted and all bets and debts are off.

There are parts of Flexcit which are a good action plan, especially the Harrogate Agenda, but the first part has been superceded and needs rewriting.

Step 4

Bring all parties together to get the plans off the ground. [END]

7 comments for “Brexit – flexcit – action plan

  1. John in cheshire
    June 24, 2016 at 3:35 pm

    James would you agree that Richard North would be a useful member of the negotiating team? After all, he’s put the most effort into producing Flexcit and, having worked in the EU bureaucracy, knows more about it than do most people. He’s also someone who would fight our corner to extract the best terms for our relationship with the EU when we’ve eventually exited.

    • June 24, 2016 at 7:45 pm

      Oh yes, he must be there but Richard will delay and would insist EU law stays as is re us. The mood today is Out is Out.

    • Henry Kaye
      June 24, 2016 at 9:26 pm

      I’m afraid that Richard North has lost my support. He comes across as a very dogmatic individual who will not tolerate any other view. He seems to be very knowledgeable but not very wise.

  2. Ted Treen
    June 24, 2016 at 3:39 pm

    Bring all parties together…

    Having seen Millipede on the Beeb last night, answering questions about Labour’s break from it’s traditional supporters after the Sunderland result – or rather, not answering them but replying that “…the “Leave” vote was an understandable reaction to the evil Tory cuts aimed at the most vulnerable members of society…”, I don’t hold out much hope for any meaningful co-operation whilst such brain-dead cretins abound in the higher echelons…

    • Errol
      June 24, 2016 at 5:54 pm

      He has a mantra and keeps to it, regardless of what the facts are. He’s incapabe of actually thinking about problems on any level. Remember this: ?

    • June 24, 2016 at 7:44 pm

      Intelligent parties I mean.

      He has a mantra and a bacon butty.

      • Ted Treen
        June 24, 2016 at 10:42 pm

        Ah yes. The bacon butty was his big mistake. It alienated all the followers of The Religion of Peace.

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